[MUSIC PLAYING] Hello, Marvelites. You’re watching
Marvel’s Pull List, and I’m Ryan, AKA Agent M. And I’m Tucker Markus. And every week,
we read every single Marvel comic–
even the weeks when there are nigh on 30 issues– and we tell you
about four of them. Tucker, what are
we doing this week? This week, we’re talking
about every single comic. Every single comic. Every single
issue out this week. We’re talking about it
because there’s only four out this week. Oh, gosh. Come on. What are we doing? Every individual issue
on sale on December 26th. And we’re covering them here. And we’re starting
about this series. I think from a writing
perspective, from an art perspective–
something so different, so familiar at the same time. It’s so funny. That’s the point. It’s written by Zeb Welch,
who I’m super excited to see take on this character. But the art in here
is really special– this kind of, I
guess, unique meta take on different art styles,
the different places and ways that we encounter
this character. It is something that I think
Spider Ham fans will adore, but also, if you’re
just getting to know the character for the first
time, it is the perfect intro. I have incredibly high
hopes for this series, and this is a great start. Yeah. It’s got so many
great characters, too. Deer devil makes his return. It’s lots of fun. All right. Our second book to talk about
is another new number one, and that is DOCTOR
STRANGE: SURGEON SUPREME. That’s right– Surgeon
Supreme because, as we saw on the previous Doctor
Strange comic book series, Steven got the use
of his hands back. He can do them surgeries again. And he has a moral obligation
to help people however he can. So he is now balancing between
the magical side of things and the surgical side of things. We get to see him in the
hospital, trying to save lives, trying to stop
demons and monsters and all kinds of cool stuff. It’s a little bit of horror
mixed with some really cool hospital drama on top of
that– great big superhero action adventure. And in this issue– the Wrecker– who is one of
my favorite Marvel villains. Next up, we’re talking
about VENOM # 21. This is the start
of Venom Island, something I know that Venom
fans are really excited about. We’re coming off the back of
absolute carnage, which was one of the biggest events of 2019. And now we’re kicking
off the end of the year and into 2020 with a
bang because not only do we have Donny Cate’s
writing, but we have Mr. Mark Bagley on art. He is unstoppable. He does this entire arc. The way that Eddie Brock ends
up on the Eponymous Island– we will see. It’s really interesting. It’s kind of familiar to
the tone and vibe of Venom, but it’s entirely
different in ways that I really didn’t expect. Another thing I didn’t expect
was Eddie shaving his beard. – Oh.
– He looks great. – Yeah.
– He looks great. Hot stuff, baby. If someone doesn’t yell,
get to the chopper, in one of the issues
of this series, I’m going to have
words with somebody. But can’t do that yet. I got to talk about INCOMING #
1, and it is 96 pages strong. It is huge. It is awesome. And it really revolves
around a murder mystery. It starts out with
the Masked Raider. It’s a cool character
we saw reintroduced in MARVEL COMICS # 1,000. Finding a body and
then going from there, we get to see the murder
mystery sort of touch Daredevil and Elektra, who then bring in
Jessica Jones, who then brings in Carol Danvers, who then
brings in the Avengers– and on and on it goes. So it really is a cool tour
of the Marvel Universe– a celebration of everything 2019. All these amazing creators
involved in our Marvel Comics are here telling little
snippets of stories, giving you a taste of big,
big things on the horizon. You’re going to
look at this issue and you’re going to be like,
OK, that all looked really cool. And in six months,
you’re going to read a comic go, wait a minute– I read about that in INCOMING. So you definitely
want to check this out if you’re excited for
what’s to come in 2020. This is kind of the can’t miss
book for the end of the year. You only got four
issues this week. They’re all bangers. They’re all great. They’re all books
you’ve gotta pick up. We’ll tell you more about
them on the podcast version. I mean, we’re
going to go longer. We’re also– on the
podcast version this week– going to talk about our
favorite issues of 2019– all across the board. Do a little math. Tell you some numbers and cool
data, and get ready for 2020. Until then, I’m Ryan. – I’m Tucker.
– And this is Marvel. Your universe. [MUSIC PLAYING]